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In reply to an email sent around 29 December 2012 at 12:53:50 gmt, as concerned an order placed for item number 200825646447 – priced at £19.38 gbp – received from ‘paypal *csjcommunic 35314369001 LUX’.
The reply email, requested that I reply to justrisk4us, using a correspondence address quoted as being – ‘yudan605 (at) gmail (dot) com’ including on reply an attached photograph of the product in question, which by the way can be sourced at http://i.ebayimg.com/00/s/MTYwMFgxNjAw/$(KGrHqVHJBUFBTt,jdn9BQZRMkMo6g~~60_1.JPG?set_id=880000500F.
The item was originally advertised as a component which would fit a range of dell laptops, namely model 1010 and 1101. Although having expressly inquired prior to purchase whether this was the case, the product once received was found not to fit my model laptop a ‘dell mini 1011′. In actuality, the faulty component itself, was much smaller – how with your product knowledge could this item be falsely advertised in the first place?